The History of National Bike Month The History of National Bike Month
Bike/Walk “America” Road Trip Adventures Keeping my distance as I stroll along the River Walk
Transportation Leaders Ask Congress to Fast-Track Transit and Active Transportation Investments Transportation Leaders Ask Congress to Fast-Track Transit and Active Transportation Investments
National Study Reveals New & Emerging U.S. Cycling Behaviors During Coronavirus Pandemic National Study Reveals New & Emerging U.S. Cycling Behaviors During Coronavirus Pandemic
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Transportation Leaders Ask Congress to Fast-Track Transit and Active Transportation Investments

Transportation, bicycle and pedestrian safety groups across the country banded together this week to encourage Congress to fast-track transit and active transportation projects amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The recommendations, sent in a letter to congressional leadership, call for several investments that parallel BWCF’s core mission, and empower cities to provide […]

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Bike 5 Cities Rescheduled for October 3

It’s not a delay – it’s extra training time. Bike 5 Cities has been rescheduled from its original May date, due to state and local “Stay at Home” guidelines regarding COVID-19. Bike 5 Cities’ New Date: Saturday, October 3, 2019 Ride registration opens August 15. You may have to wait […]

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Bike/Walk “America” Road Trip Adventures

By Emily Hanna, AICP, CPM Executive Director, Bike/Walk Central Florida What an interesting time for travel! My boyfriend Charlie and I are taking our 19-foot long RV from Florida to California, then up the west coast to Seattle. From Seattle we are headed to Yellowstone and Glacier National Park, and […]

People On Bikes The History of National Bike Month

The History of National Bike Month

Believe it or not, bicycles used to rule America’s roads. As a matter of fact, cyclists were one of the most influential reasons that paved roads were even built in the first place. As an early mode of ground transportation, bikes were heavily relied on by 19th century farmers and city […]

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The History of National Bike Month
People On Bikes

The History of National Bike Month

Believe it or not, bicycles used to rule America’s roads. As a matter of fact, cyclists were one of the most influential reasons that paved roads were even built in the first place. As an early mode of ground transportation, bikes were heavily relied on by 19th century farmers and city […]

People On Foot

Bike/Walk “America” Road Trip Adventures

By Emily Hanna, AICP, CPM Executive Director, Bike/Walk Central Florida What an interesting time for travel! My boyfriend Charlie and I are taking our 19-foot long RV from Florida to California, then up the west coast to Seattle. From Seattle we are headed to Yellowstone and Glacier National Park, and […]

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Transportation Leaders Ask Congress to Fast-Track Transit and Active Transportation Investments

Transportation, bicycle and pedestrian safety groups across the country banded together this week to encourage Congress to fast-track transit and active transportation projects amid the COVID-19 pandemic. The recommendations, sent in a letter to congressional leadership, call for several investments that parallel BWCF’s core mission, and empower cities to provide […]

People On Bikes

National Study Reveals New & Emerging U.S. Cycling Behaviors During Coronavirus Pandemic

Bike shops and manufacturers across America are reporting a bicycling renaissance in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic. It seems more people are turning to bicycles for the benefits of exercise, stress-relief, activities with their children, or for a safe mode of transportation. That’s translated into more new bikes being sold, […]

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Orlando Quietly Opens Southern Section of Shingle Creek Regional Trail

Plans for more regional sections underway- A gem in our regional trail system is gaining even more luster. The Shingle Creek Regional Trail (SCRT) is coming together segment-by-segment, as the City of Orlando’s southernmost section opened in late March. It seamlessly connects to Orange County’s section and one could say […]